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Titouan en Haïti


2003

Titouan en Haïti, 2003

Éditions Gallimard
270 x 210 mm, binded
92 pages

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Titouan en Haïti
2003
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“... A population exclusively made up of a majority of artists, filled out by a maritime ethnic group along the coast. Contrary to what is widely thought, these are the two key traits that allow a Haitian to be distinguished from any other West Indian… It was a country just right for me…”

Titouan found the island of his dreams: an island peopled with sailors and artists, which celebrated its bicentenary in 2004. He brought back colorful portraits of these fabulous painters accompanied by a few of their works, as well as many paintings and photos of their habitat, their astonishing boats with multicolored sails that they construct tirelessly on beaches, and their tap-taps, the remarkable local taxis.

Titouan en Haïti, 2003

Éditions Gallimard
270 x 210 mm, binded
92 pages

TravelHAïTI, 1999

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